WASHINGTON — When my friend and I left my California apartment, bound for the Sierras, we couldn’t wait to begin our RV adventure. But our expectations quickly soured when, time after time, we were met by signs that forbade overnight parking. Frustrated and fatigued, we surrendered to the RV park at an official campground. The first one we tried was full, but we squeezed into the second.
Expansive wilderness? Not so much. It was a crowded, bustling place with RVs lined up in tight rows. The next night was the same story, and in the days that followed it became the theme of our trip.
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